Petronas Twin Tower Exterior and Interior Architecture Design: These are the pictures of exterior and interior building of Petronas towers. Petronas towers are two twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia which has become the world’s tallest buildings seen from the height of main entrance to the highest structure. The tower was designed by César Pelli, an Argentine-American architect. The 88 floor tower was finished in 1998. The design reflects the roots of Islamic culture in Malaysia. The design of the tower uses a common motif in Islamic art since the Islamic culture is typical of Malaysia. On October 17, 2003, Taipei 101 took the record for the twin towers. These pictures show the elegance and grandeur of the modern building design with elegant modern exterior and interior design. The modern shape and the exotic interior decoration can be adopted in building a new house, especially in designing and decorating a new modern house.
There is a bridge (skybridge) Between the two towers, which connects the two towers at floor 41 and 42. This bridge is the purpose of tourists who come to the tower Petronas to visit. Limited number of tickets (about 1200 pieces) are provided for the tourists who visit this place . In addition, the bridge is also used for evacuation in an emergency situation in a tower so that residents can move to a safe tower. Like other high buildings, Petronas Tower can sway in the wind, so the bridge construction is not rigidly mounted on both towers.
There is Suria KLCC which is one of the busiest shopping centers in Malaysia and there are Restaurants that provide a jogging track, playing pool, and playground for children, demonstrating the pond with a symphonic fountain. In addition, there is also the Petronas Philharmonic Orchestra.